RivCo waste department to provide an introduction to climate change class

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Climate change protesters
In 2020, Taleen Banjarjian, left, 17, and Kar Ellis, 17, gathered with others to rally for climate change awareness at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Do you have climate change questions? This class explains how climate change impacts our environment and what contributes to it.  Learn the basics about factors that are causing climate change.  Learn about adjustments we can make that could make a difference in slowing climate change in our community.  Discover actions we can take now that will impact our environment for the better.This virtual class begins at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday on April 20.  Simply access from any computer, tablet or smart phone to the Webex meeting link: www.rcwaste.org/classes. The virtual class is free and will end by 1 p.m. No need to register beforehand.The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources provides free classes to reduce waste, help preserve valuable space in county sanitary landfills
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